Darlac lightweight shears

large - 25.5cm long £36.99
in stock - arrives before Christmas
small - 20.5cm long £29.99
in stock - arrives before Christmas
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Buy Darlac lightweight shears: <ul><strong><li>Light and comfortable to use</li><li>Long handles for greater reach</li><li>Shock absorbing buffers</li></strong></ul><br>Suitable for grass, hedge trimming and topiary, these lightweight shears will help you trim in comfort.<br><br>They weigh less than a kilo and are fitted with shock absorbing buffers, making them super manoeuvrable and minimising arm fatigue when cutting over long periods.<br><br>Extended handles give them a generous reach, and the razor sharp carbon steel blades can be replaced to keep your shears as sharp as the day you bought them.<br><br>Available in a choice of two sizes, sold separately.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Small - blade length 8 inches<br>Large - blade length 10 inches<br><br>Please note: it is an offence to sell knives and other cutting tools to persons under the age of 18 years.

  • Light and comfortable to use
  • Long handles for greater reach
  • Shock absorbing buffers

Suitable for grass, hedge trimming and topiary, these lightweight shears will help you trim in comfort.

They weigh less than a kilo and are fitted with shock absorbing buffers, making them super manoeuvrable and minimising arm fatigue when cutting over long periods.

Extended handles give them a generous reach, and the razor sharp carbon steel blades can be replaced to keep your shears as sharp as the day you bought them.

Available in a choice of two sizes, sold separately.

Measurements:
Small - blade length 8 inches
Large - blade length 10 inches

Please note: it is an offence to sell knives and other cutting tools to persons under the age of 18 years.

Delivery options
  • Standard £4.99
  • Next / named day £6.99
  • Click & collect FREE
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Lightweight Topiary Shears

5

Well made , strong but light and very easy to use.

The undergardener

Somerset

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Pleasure to use

5

These shears are perfect for trimming bushes and hedges. Because they are so lightweight they don't make your arms ache no matter how much you have to do. They are a 'feel-good'design being perfectly balanced and having comfortable handles.

carijoh

London

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2000020731

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